veterans

Grateful veterans get the lowest exemption, as district administrators worry about re-allocating taxes to other residents. 

Wearing their purple hearts, a group of Iwo Jima veterans met on the 71st anniversary of the famous flag-raising and recalled the 1945 battle over breakfast in Altamont.

Darlene Stanton, VFW auxiliary, Altamont

 

The section proposed is between Route 146 and Carman Road, where a mural of Harold Greene was painted on the side of a bowling alley.

The symbolic “watchfire,” or very large ceremonial bonfire, is meant to honor all of those lost in United States military conflicts.

Lieutenant Colonel Greg Fairbank, Guilderland class of 1992; Commanding Officer, 6th Battalion (Military Intelligence), 98th Regiment, Fort Devens, Massachusetts

To the Editor:

Wow! Let us just start out by saying one big wow. We, the Helderberg American Legion Riders Post 977 in Altamont, held our third annual Poker Run this past Saturday to raise money to support area veterans programs, and the event was a tremendous success thanks to all of those involved.           

John Kilcher, Knox

Cindy Pollard, owner, Home Front Café; Joe Burke, director, Altamont Free Library

Dennis Cyr, Knox, American Legion Riders

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